About us

FunkMySoul’s only purpose is to spread Soul, Funk, R’& ‘B, Jazz/Funk, Soul/Jazz and related from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, almost exclusively from the original vinyl.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a collection of the most important artists and albums of these genres, a musical encyclopaedia if you will.

Our Passion

We hope that this passion can unify us all in our utmost respect for the purveyors of the music we love so much. Enjoy it and Bless you all Brothers and Sisters.

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Latest Albums

with reviews

Maceo And All The King’s Men – 1970 – Doing Their Own Thing

It is UNBELIEVABLE that this album has languished in obscurity for so long! It is UTTERLY FANTASTIC and will appeal to music fans of any genre ranging from funk to jazz to pop. Maceo and “All the Kings Men” revolted and ditched James Brown to…

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Martha Reeves -1974 – Martha Reeves

After an amazing run fronting the Vandellas at Motown, with 23 pop charting singles including such classics as “Heat Wave,” “Dancing In The Streets,” and “Jimmy Mack,” Ms. Reeves parted company with both the Vandellas and her former label, Motown. Signing to MCA after a…

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The Originals – 1972 – Definitions

The Originals, often called “Motown’s best-kept secret”, were a successful Motown R&B and soul group during the late 1960s and the 1970s, most notable for the hits “Baby, I’m For Real“, “The Bells” and the disco classic “Down To Love Town”. Formed in 1966, the group originally consisted of bass singer Freddie Gorman, baritone (and the group’s…

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Sandra Wright – 1974 – Wounded Woman

Kept in the vaults for 15 years due to Stax Records going bankrupt at the time of its intended release, Sandra Wright’s 1974 album ‘Wounded Woman’ is one of those perfect hybrids the much-troubled label was putting out in its last years: Southern Soul with…

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Bobby Lyle – 1977 – The Genie

 A holy grail of soul funk jazz, incredible vibes, rhythms, a record you must have in your collection. Keyboard wizard Bobby Lyle’s Classic Jazz funk album from 1977, includes the brilliant inventive title track ‘The Genie’ an all time classic, that goes through many changes but…

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Mitty Collier – 1966 – Shades of a Genius

Having signed for Chess in 1961, Mitty spent the next eight years releasing fifteen singles and one album, Shades of A Genius. Although her debut single Gotta Get Away From It in 1961 failed to chart, by 1963 Mitty had her first hit single I’m…

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Grady Tate – 1970 -After The Long Drive Home

During the 60s drummer (and baritone singer) Grady Tate (from Durham, North Carolina) worked with legends like Jimmy Smith, Oliver Nelson, Charles Mingus and Nat Adderley. In 1968 he starting his own recording career, his unique slick soul-jazz is well known, and have been inspired many followers. After The Long Drive…

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Gene Harris – 1976 – In A Special Way

Yet another winner by Gene Harris from his mid ‘70s post 3-Sounds period. Gene Harris didn’t really have a weak moment during this time, all his albums he made during this period are wonderful blends of fusion, soulful spirituality and jazz-funk, sometimes even with the…

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Latest Albums

without reviews

Bobby Taylor ‎– The Motown Anthology

This British compilation brings together the only album of the multiracial Canadian group  Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers (another more famous member was no less than Tommy Chong, later from Cheech & Chong, and they used the services of Jimi Hendrix at some time), the…

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Nina Simone – 1965 – I Put A Spell On You

One of her most pop-oriented albums, but also one of her best and most consistent. Most of the songs feature dramatic, swinging large-band orchestration, with the accent on the brass and strings. Simonedidn’t write any of the material, turning to popular European songsmiths Charles Aznavour, Jacques Brel, and Anthony…

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The Staples – 1976 – Pass It On

The Staples and Curtis Mayfield – working together here in a very Curtom groove! This great little set picks off where the group’s work on the Let’s Do It Again soundtrack left off – taking The Staples far past their Memphis sound of the Stax…

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The Tams ‎- 1969 – A Portrait Of The Tams

More beautiful soul from one of the best (and most overlooked) groups of the 60’s! The Tams sing in a unique raw harmony style that mixes southern and northern influences, and their records (like this one) are filled with great material that was written for…

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Judy Cheeks – 1978 – Please Give Me This Night

Judy Cheeks’ Ariola album was sadly overlooked in 1978 despite including the hit single Mellow Lovin’ from the year before. Yet the album is full of beautiful, melodic tunes, Judy’s singing is not far from that of Randy Crawford. Highly recommended. Tracks A1 The Little Girl in Me…

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Barbara & Ernie – 1972 – Prelude To

This lost gem from 1971 by Barbara & Ernie, is quite an oddity. The unlikely pairing of guitarist Ernie Calabria and soul singer Barbara Massey came together to record this album of outlandish, genre-defying hybrids. The fruits of their collaboration are best described as a…

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Funky Brown – 1976 – These Songs Will Last Forever

 A hard to track down quality Jamaican Soul LP from 1976 Tracks A1 This Song Will Last Forever 4:51 A2 Let’s Make A Baby 4:37 A3 Sharing The Night Together 3:09 A4 You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine 3:57 A5 Nice & Slow (Vocal)…

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Billy Eckstine – 1972 – Senior Soul

A well-titled set not only given Billy’s age, but also because of the surprisingly soulful undercurrent to the record – an extension into the genre even greater than Eckstine’s previous recordings for Motown – and proof that he was really trying to stretch out towards…

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Shout Box

(Wednesday, Dec 13. 2017 09:38 AM)
Anybody Please Can You Find George Jackson Heart To Heart Collect? https://www.discogs.com/George-Jackson-Heart-To-Heart-Collect/release/8176199 everyone check it out!!!
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(Thursday, Dec 14. 2017 07:13 AM)
Hello. sometime back you found 2 Lonnie Jordan albums, my hard drive failed and i lost them. would you still havethem? thanks very much.
(Thursday, Dec 14. 2017 07:14 AM)
Hello. sometime back you found 2 Lonnie Jordan albums, my hard drive failed and i lost them. would you still have them? thanks very much.
(Thursday, Dec 14. 2017 12:33 PM)
For Gregg – http://ul.to/ap7ig93n Different moods http://ul.to/d83qpafl the affair
(Thursday, Dec 14. 2017 11:22 PM)
Anyone have a copy of THE COALITIONS- Colour Me Blue LP ?
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